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    You are correct. On both points.

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    Steve, you are such a tease!

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    Steve, since you're reading this... and apologetically aware that I might be hijacking this thread just a bit... can I just make one very small feature request that appears in wish lists going back for years? In Site View, one can view the site as a structure tree or as an outline, but what is conspicuously absent is a simple alphabetical list of pages. It's an omission that becomes a significant impediment when you're trying to locate a particular page even with sites as small as 30 or 40 pages, and it becomes a huge pain when sites are 100 pages or more. It just doesn't make sense to have to randomly scan all over trying to locate a single page.

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    You can always ask. ; ) Anyone else desire this functionality? It's been "on the list" as a low priority since before Google was founded. We haven't seen many requests, so speak now or forever hold your peace.

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    Seems like a no-brainer. Would be a nice feature to have.
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    I'd still like to see a blankBorders option that would generate a page with no html tags only what is entered into the GUI verbatim as written (notepad style). this would be the single most powerful improvement that could be made as far as taking Fusion from a "pretty design tool" into a viable dynamic site development tool.

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